If you ever worry about the amount of data other organizations hold about you and you are concerned about who can access this information, the OPERANDO project is meant to help you take back control over your personal data.
Also, the OPERANDO project offers benefits for the organizations holding personal data.
A video provided by our OPERANDO consortium partner, Oxford Computer Consultants Ltd, offers a to the point view about why you should care about your personal data safety online, and how OPERANDO can help you:
Let’s take for example a health or social care organization that is collecting personal data of its patients. Each of these organizations may have different views on the privacy of the personal data they collect. OPERANDO will unify these views in a way that offers patients the data privacy they are entitled to by law and also makes it easy for the organizations to keep up with the law and data safety regulations.
Moreover, OPERANDO offers access to anonymized data (for reporting purposes) and, where needed, explicit consent to use the personal data.
Throughout the online spectrum, including social networks, OPERANDO makes personal data safe, easy to manage and allows you to take control of your online privacy. Imagine a single place where you can see your options in a way that you understand, express your preferences, and watch them being enforced.
Ultimately, OPERANDO is all about giving you a say in keeping your data private and secure and take control of your online privacy.
OPERANDO will be released as an open source software application, it’s a unique service providing privacy, and it’s free to members of the public. If you would like to get involved with OPERANDO or find out more, visit our repository at www.github.com/OperandoH2020, our website www.operando.eu, or follow us on Twitter at OperandoH2020.
OPERANDO is brought to you by a strong team of carefully selected experts supported by the EU under the Horizon 2020 funding programme:
Oxford Computer Consultants Ltd – UK, Arteevo Technologies Ltd - Israel, Stelar Security Technology Law Research UG – Germany, RomSoft SRL – Romania, Fundación TECNALIA Research & Innovation – Spain, University of Southampton – UK, University of Piraeus Research Center – Greece, Progetti di Impresa srl and Fondazione Centro San Raffaele / Ospedale San Raffaele – Italy.